Tait Clarridge Probably for compliance, might as well give it a try if you can Is the integrated RAID support in fact true raid, such that they present a single SCSI unit per logical volume, or is it some form of fake raid which requires driver intervention to make it play? Or the whole box can fry at once. Use the arrow keys to highlight the [No] item in the RAID Disk column for the disks you want to include in the volume. John R Pierce They do have basic hardware raid, with an embedded control processor, but they don’t have any battery back write-back cache, which negates any real advantages of hardware raid.
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[CentOS] CentOS does not recognise SAS drives with LSI E Controller – Grokbase
Thanks, Billy Steve Thompson wrote: During bootup I see that the drives are initialised and everything seems ok. Note – Despite the fact that there are dual paths to disks 1 – 7, they are not shown in the BIOS configuration utility. I should be able to compile it though It may be that the array wasn’t defined properly or was offlined.
The number Centos sees might just be the controllers chipset number rather than the. Assuming that they support RHEL they should be able to tell you if you need exctra drivers or you can use the driver coming with the system.
Timo Schoeler I had this hardware, too, from a customer of ours.
Sure, UPS’s fail, plugs get pulled, etc. Install the device driver source rpm from the asl rhel5 centos 5.
[CentOS] CentOS 5.5 does not recognise SAS drives with LSI 1068E Controller
Hi, On Wed, Mar 9, at 6: The volume is created. For e it should be:. They are usually really good at answering support questions if you email them, I’ve normally heard back from them within 24 hours.
In the mean time I have had contact with the supermicro support and they provided me with the following link. Now since sase is quite old I had the understanding that it was supported.
[CentOS] Installing CentOS 5.4 64bit on server with LSI SAS 1068E controller.
Anybody ideas on how to go on in my efforts in trying to install?? Peter peltonen the vendor who built the server confirmed that the controller card should be lsi e. Im not familiar centox that controller, but if its a fake raid controller requires a driver to keep the raid in sync, then it may only work in jbod mode and not with logical volumes.
When the lsi bios screen appears, press ctrlh to enter the cnetos. The built-in MPT driver works fine with it. John R Pierce wrote on Thu, 10 Mar I put an alias in my. John R Pierce I’m curious What shoudl I do?
To determine if your server supports this program, refer to the product notes for your platform. Cfggen configuration utility for lsi basic or integrated raid.
Billy, did you email Supermicro? Do I need reinstall the driver somehow? Thanks, Billy Larry Brigman wrote: Cfggen configuration utility for lsi basic or integrated. Rental car lied [ Automotive ] by Jan Janowski.
Brano MVM Jun It doesn’t seem to. Billy Huddleston wrote on Fri, 27 Nov